The Counting House, Bank - pub details
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- Quiz machines (multi)
- Food served, Real ale
- Function room for hire, Disabled access
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|Nice pint of London Pride here yesterday, no problems with short measures. Very busy pub but a very interesting one. Steeped in History and Elegance. Saw they did food but did not sample it as I had planned own eating in Chinatown. Well worth a return visit.|
Bitter_Man - 7 Jun 2013 15:42
|Oh dear. |
Once a firm favourite in the heart of the square mile and architecturally a real gem - of the kind Fuller's do exceptionally well (cf The Old Joint Stock, Birmingham, or The Parcel Yard at King's Cross station). But once money starts changing hands, things start appearing considerably lack-lustre.
Over a three hour session yesterday, every single pint I ordered I had to ask to be topped up. The Discovery, usually bright and tasty was dull and insipid. Identical rounds cost a difference price each time. When food was ordered, it wa taken to a table but we weren't notified it was ours. Perhaps the fish pie was once shown a photograph of a fish, but that's where any connection ends. Totally tastless, and almost ingredient free. £10.50 for a sad and chewy prawn plus one a bay leaf in a bowl of mashed potato.
Really not good enough. Needs work.
Torqueback - 5 Jun 2013 18:32
|Very nice Fullers pub, excellently decorated, plenty of staff (it needs it), and by all accounts the food is pretty good as well. And you really can't beat a pint of London Porter.|
cid - 13 Jul 2012 21:40
|Flagship Fullers pub on Cornhill. Beautiful, historic interior. Excellent and efficient staff leads to minimal waiting time at the bar. The food's terrific and have never had a bad pint there. |
00Fleming - 27 May 2012 14:34
|First visit early doors yesterday. Lovely comfy place, and nicely-kept beer, as it should be for a Fuller's pub. Beautiful woodwork, everything gleaming. Just right at this time of year. The only drawback was the music: it did rather spoil the atmosphere. Why do pubs insist on having chairs that don't fit under the tables?|
Charno - 13 Dec 2011 10:36
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